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Loser
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  • Hardcover: May 2002,
    224 pages.
    Paperback: Aug 2003,
    224 pages.

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No Name (03/23/07)

It sucks!
I have no idea why on Earth did Harper Collins or Scholastic even had in their minds when they agreed to publish his book! This book is the worst book in the whole planet! Even I can right a better book than this. It was SOO S--L--O--W. It barely makes sense. The only reason I read this is because I had to write a Book Review on it. This book didn't even have any sequence, like an order. Okay first of all, why did he(Jerry), even title the book "Loser". It should have been more better. The beginning and ending stank!!! Never read this book people!!!!!!!! Its absolutely HORRIBLE!
Drew Hammond (02/11/07)

Loser
I like this book a whole lot because everything that happens in this book happens in schools these days. I would never treat someone like this and you shouldn't as well. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone of all ages including adults. I would sit down forever to read this
KZC (01/24/07)

LOSER
I think this book was very good and would make an awesome movie. I liked it a lot and am looking forward to start reading "CRASH".
Robert Sparrow (10/17/06)

Loser
I think Loser was an exellent book, I think it really shows you to look at someone with your heart not your eyes.
harry smith (03/22/06)

brilliant 10/10
i found this book really easy 2 read I thought it was adventourous even though it got sad at times i will always remember this book as the best book I have ever read.
aya (12/27/05)

Thank yuofor writing this book
This book is awsome i loved it!!! it is the best book ,it was so good that i chose it as my fave book in my g6 book report and i promise you i got an A on it and a long note from the teacher sayig that she loved the book report that she dicided to let all the class read it

Nice mve Miss.sibai(my teacher)
bob (11/09/05)

BAD BOOK!!
i thought this book was o.k. it was boring sometimes and sometimes i didnt even get it.it changed topic A LOT and at times it was just plain weird i wouldnt really reccomend this book to any one unless they like that kind of book. regrettably i did a book report on it this book stunk
C (11/08/05)

good/great
this book was about a boy named zinkoff who always loses.he dosn,t notice but everyone in school dose.


i think this book was great except at points i would drone off to somewhere else in the room but near the end i coundn,t stop when the bell rang!!!!!! its also a great book to do a report on. i recomend this book to people who knows how it feels to lose or get picked last!!!!
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